Just like history is cyclical, so is fashion—after all, fashion is history! Today, we’re bringing you three of our favorite vintage trends that are making a stellar comeback this season—including a modern, statement-making trend you won’t want to miss.

Read on to see which trends are coming back!

The Regal High Neck

Side by side of Audrey Hepburn's dress and Anomalie sketch of a similar high-neck dress.
Anomalie bride, Emmaleigh, designed her dress very much like Audrey’s, but she adorned it with charming lace.

Audrey Hepburn wore it when she married Mel Ferrer in 1954, in the way of a tea-length Balmain gown with puffy sleeves. This year, the high-neck design is making a romantic appearance with a special focus on intricate lace details, but a sleek crepe mock neck is also on point.

Satinspired Glam

Side by side of Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy's dress with Anomalie sketch of similar minimalist dress.
Christina designed her Anomalie dress with a silk faille material in a minimalist cut, reminiscent of Carolyn’s wedding gown.

The Hollywood glam trend had a moment during the 90s (see Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy’s look above) and is gaining momentum back again with elegant silk pieces in satin, faille or crepe in the way of clean lines and simple silhouettes (hello, Meghan Markle vibes!).

Bow to the Queen

Side by side of Anomalie sketches: three different dresses featuring statement bows.
Leslie, Kara and Gwennhaëlle have at least two things in common: they’re Anomalie brides, and they topped off their dresses with a gorgeous bow!

That’s right, bows are here to add audacious personality and charm to your wedding dress. They feel very fresh and are very much now. The best part? They’ll complement virtually any style. Add a classic back bow to a romantic lace dress, or do a modern take of the accessory on your sleek gown.

Pro-Stylist Tip: Whether you’re feeling timeless or bold, there’s something in the trend scene for every bride. Let your Stylist know which trends you’re loving!

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